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Prima Ballerina Offers Master Class

Galina Mezentseva, prima ballerina absoluta of Russia’s Kirov Ballet Company, will conduct a master class for advanced ballet students at the Academy of Dance, 14214 E. Sprague, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Thursday.

Mezentseva will also perform with St. Petersburg Ballet at the Opera House on March 4.

Cost of the class is $15, and class size is limited. For reservations, call 922-3023.

Shall we dance?

Auditions for a new contemporary dance company in Sandpoint will be at 3 p.m. today at Studio One Dance Academy, 521 Cedar, in Sandpoint.

The company will be directed by Dianna Folio Battel.

Auditioners should be trained in classical ballet. For information, call (208) 263-2773.

Art talk

Seattle artist Jack Mackie will visit the Inland Northwest Wednesday and Thursday to discuss his considerable public art projects.

Mackie will speak in Spokane Falls Community College’s student union building at noon, Wednesday. Then, at 7:30 that night, he’ll speak at Cheney Cowles Museum.

On Thursday, Mackie gives a presentation at Eastern Washington University in the Music Building Auditorium.

For details, call 359-6996.

The artist prospectus for Artfest ‘97 is can be picked up at Cheney Cowles Museum or Spokane Art School. To receive a copy by mail, call 456-3931.

Those wanting to participate in the hugely popular Artfest, now in its 12th year, should read a copy of the prospectus. Deadline to apply for booth space is March 15.

, DataTimes

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